In Memory

Barry Wien

 November 30, 1944 – December 22, 2020

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Barry Wien, of Fort Lee, New Jersey, passed away on December 22, 2020, surrounded by his loving family. He was 76 years old. A Jersey City native, he served as longtime owner and director of Fort Lee’s Eden Memorial and Wien and Son in Long Island.Barry began his career in funeral services at a young age, working at Wien & Wien, the funeral home founded by his grandfather and great uncle over a century ago, operated by his beloved father Harry and adored uncle Arthur.Barry took over the business at 21 years old and, with his cousin Frank, went on to make Wien & Wien the premiere name in Jewish funerals in Northern New Jersey. The quintessential funeral director, he took immense pride in assisting families in their time of need for over 57 years.An active yet humble force in the community, Barry belonged to the NJSFDA, NDA, JFDA, and KOVAD and was a board member of the Jewish Home in Rockleigh, as well as a respected member of the New York Board of Rabbis’ lay advisory board. Among the congregations he worked with are Temple Sinai, Temple Emanu-El of Closter, Hampton Synagogue and the New Synagogue of Fort Lee. He was chairman and liaison to numerous cemetery societies and associations, including the Claremore Club, Workmen’s Circle, Sephardic Brotherhood, Linas Hazedeck, Defender’s Benevolent, Liberty Benevolent, and many others that enabled him to help families bury their loved ones through the years. Barry’s family, partners and staff are dedicated to continuing the Wien family’s enduring legacy of compassion, devotion and advocacy in times of need.Barry’s true passion in life lay with his family and friends. His tireless work connected him to literally thousands of families over the years, many with whom he made deep and lasting friendships. Known for his charismatic, vibrant and social nature, he loved dining out at restaurants, boating, tennis and spending leisure time in the Hamptons and Florida.A devoted son of Harry and Eleanore, beloved brother to Francine, Barry was an attentive and loving father to his two children, Harriet and Charles, and grandfather to Eleanore, all of whom he adored and cherished. They will continue to honor his legacy through the generous sharing of love and reverence for people from all walks of life. __________________________________________ __________________________________________ __________________________________________Funeral Service Sunday, December 27, at 10:30 am Eden Memorial Chapels Fort Lee, New Jersey BY INVITATION ONLY. Due to the current Covid restrictions and for the general safety of the family and guests, requests to attend the service may be submitted to eden@frankpatti.com or fpatti@frankpatti.com. These requests will be forwarded to the family who will then create the guest list. Only people who are on the list will be admitted into the funeral home.Those who wish to attend via Zoom may request the link by email to eden@frankpatti.com or fpatti@frankpatti.com. Shiva Shiva will be observed on Zoom each evening at 8:00 pm from Sunday, December 27, through Wednesday, December 30. ​​​​​​​Click here to attend. Meeting ID: 833 5346 1532 Or call 1-929-436-2866 Expressions of condolence may sent to: Charlie or Harriet Wien or Francine Wien Epstein 211 Strawtown Road West Nyack, New York 10994 wienfamily@wienfuneral.com Donations in memory of Barry Wien may be given to: The Jewish Home 10 Link Drive Rockleigh, New Jersey 07647 Click here to donate online. ​​​​​​​
Funeral Service

Location: 

https://zoom.us/j/6462113730?pwd=L2QzZDhVN0NTYVFBekpLN1BIelU5dz09 - By Invitation Only: Eden Memorial Chapel, Ft. Lee - New Jersey

Date: 

December 27, 2020

Time: 

10:30 am
Visitation

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Date: 

December 28, 2020

Time: 

08:00 pm
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Susan and David Rogot
2 months ago

Sending condolences to Barry’s family, who he held in such high esteem and of whom he was so proud. We will miss him in the Hamptons…he was a lovely man and we appreciated his kind advice when we were faced with my Mom’s sad diagnosis. 💔

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